We are excited to announce that we are extending our fantastic Sport4Kids Tennis classes at the Kimberley Leisure Centre, Nottingham on Saturdays.
Our S4K Tennis classes are available to a number of age groups and starts from as young as 18 months old for our toddler classes. We have new Kimberley Leisure Centre, that will be running every Saturday morning from 8:30am.
Our Toddlers Tennis classes are for the ages of 18 months – 3 years, our Diddis Tennis classes are targeted for 3 – 4.5 years old, which combine fun, entertainment and imagination with tennis skills. Using fun games and activities we help to develop the fundamental motor skills and specific tennis skills in a unique approach which is proven to grow confidence and capabilities for all children.
Sport4Kids Network Partner, Liz Lamb said “As part of Sport4Kids, the S4K Tennis program features our wonderful S4K Sports Entertainer team, specialising in developing children from toddlers and upwards in order to improve their confidence, listening and social skills. All of our toddler and kids tennis classes are designed around our easy to use S4K Tennis Player Pathway, which allows parents, coaches and children the chance to monitor their progression in learning new skills at every session..”
If you click on the book now button at the bottom of the page you can book a free taster session for your child, you can book tennis classes for the opening in June or any following Saturday. We also have a special offer where if you sign up with us at your free taster session you save significantly on your one-off membership fee. Book your child for our exciting Toddler and Kids Tennis classes today!!!
The classes at Kimberley Leisure Centre will take place every Saturday morning and be available for the following age groups…
S4K Toddler Tennis (18m to 3 years) – 10.10-10.55am
S4K Diddis Tennis (3 to 4.5 years) – 11.00-11.45am
We are also launching our Toddler and Kids Tennis Classes on Saturdays at the same location – click here for more information and book your class now!